Review: Switched Clothing
The Shirt Snob has just received two tees from Switched Clothing, whom we told you about in January, and we are happy to be doing a review for you all.
The company gave me enough points in my account to buy two tees. With each purchase, you receive points that can later be used as credit to buy tees. We placed my order quite easily using these points, and our shirts shipped promptly. They came in a box and were wrapped in tissue paper that was wrapped in newspaper very neatly and wrinkle free.
The two tees we received are Dangerous Killer and Darwin and Jesus Fish. Both tees are comfy and cozy, just what you'd want in a t-shirt. They are American Apparel, so if you own others, you know how great they are. There are no tags in the shirts, and their designs both look great and are printed well. We are very happy with them!
Switched Clothing has been really easy to work with. They seem more than eager to please their customers, and if you have any questions we're sure they'd be more than happy to answer them. In fact, we originally ordered the wrong size (thinking their were baby doll tees instead of the regular women's cut), and they were more than happy to take the tees back and ship out my new order right away. Our order also arrived with detailed instructions on how to care for the tees and who to contact if you have a problem. They really seem to work hard to please their customers. The company also has a MySpace page, which is how we communicated with them a bunch.
They are also having free shipping on all orders of $30 or more until April 20, which is the same day as their iPod giveaway is over. Check out their website for more details on that contest.
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Posted by Laura at March 27, 2007 10:32 AM
actually, laura, its not just a newspaper it is wrapped in, its a big part of seattle ;-)
we do it as a way to help share our city with our customers, because as anyone who has ever been here knows, its an awesome place.
we include either a page from the stranger (http://thestranger.com) or seattle weekly (http://seattleweekly.com)
thanks for the great review!